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The fears we live with today originate in the experiences we have had in the past and our brain trying to keep us safe from having the same experience again. Our brain stores memory around emotion.  For example every sad memory is in a clump together. Each new experience growing the clump over time, getting bigger and bigger. When we feel sad we store memories that aren't sad as sad.  EMDR reprocesses a single memory and takes all the residual emotion out of the memory. Restoring it in a more neutral place so it won't keep triggering you. Do this with a few memories in the same clump and you can have a remarkable change. 

Woman Stalked in Garage
Image by Sydney Sims



If you have been in a bad car accident or other situation where you have feared for your life, or watched someone else in their final moments; you may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. Do you have flashbacks, triggers, heart racing or panic attack related to the event? If so its time to find some freedom from the event.

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